Category Archives: Perjury by Prosecutors

Forensics: Philadelphia police detectives charged and arrested for lying in Anthony Wright wrongful conviction case.

After DNA seemingly cleared Anthony Wright in 2013, Philadelphia prosecutors and police retried him, but a jury acquitted him in less than an hour — Read on http://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2021/08/13/philadelphia-detectives-charged/

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Forensics: Chicago should settle cases of wrongful convictions based on police torture

Time and time again the dollars paid in wrongful conviction cases, including Jon Burge cases, show that an early reasonable settlement would have saved the city millions of dollars. — Read on chicago.suntimes.com/2021/7/21/22587031/chicago-settled-police-torture-wrongful-conviction-lori-lightfoot-robert-smith

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Forensics: Rudy Giuliani’s New York law license revoked

The former president calls NY “out of control.” “The seriousness of respondent’s uncontroverted misconduct cannot be overstated,” the judges wrote about Giuliani. — Read on http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/new-york-elections-government/ny-rudy-giuliani-law-license-suspended-20210624-d2y6famigfhtxhhv6li5holspi-story.html

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Forensics: Texas Prosecutor Resigns After Misconduct in Clinton Young Death Case

A judge called his actions in the Clinton Young case “shocking prosecutorial misconduct that destroyed any semblance of a fair trial.” — Read on http://www.texasobserver.org/in-a-rare-show-of-accountability-a-texas-attorney-has-surrendered-his-license/

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Forensics: ‘The criminal justice system does not always get it right,’ chief justice says. DAs says things are just peachy keen.

A team of legal experts is studying ways Ohio’s criminal justice system could be reformed so that wrongful convictions are caught and corrected earlier. — Read on http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/local/the-criminal-justice-system-does-not-always-get-it-right-chief-justice-says/GCRWVLEFQBAH3OALC3LKSBOWNY/

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Forensics: “Autopsy of a Crime Lab” mentions bitemarks and “police forensics.”

Garrett’s new book details injustices in police and prosecutor controlled expert crime scene analyses. His narrative includes steps to insure true quality controls, full disclosure of lab results and avoidance of cognitive biases. http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2021/04/12/brandon-garrett-director-of-the-wilson-center-for-science-and-justice-discusses-his-new-book-autopsy-of-a-crime-lab-exposing-the-flaws-in-forensics/

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Forensics: This DA integrity unit works! How a judge decided lies and reward money led a jury to wrongfully convict a Dallas man in a deadly robbery

Back in ’87 it was “no evidence, no DNA, no fingerprints, NO PROBLEM!” A Dallas man’s conviction in a 1987 deadly robbery should be overturned because prosecutors withheld evidence and the star witness lied about how many… — Read on … Continue reading

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Forensics: DAs fail to pursue their promises about Bad science sending innocent men to prison. N.C. DOJ wouldn’t review other cases where it was used.

Elected officials are the worst in admitting past mistakes regarding forensic science. I have met one or two. The N.C. Department of Justice has stonewalled efforts to review decades of files where the state crime lab used bad science to … Continue reading

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Forensics: Pro bono Lawyers have found the parents of 105 separated migrant children in past month

This speaks volumes to the lies and incompetence of the last four years. Lawyers have found the parents of 105 separated migrant children in past month — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1258791

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Forenscis: Texas prosecutor’s work for judge could get death row inmate new trial

Worst of the worst. A prosecutor moonlighted on the cases of 355 defendants for nine judges. Their sentences range from probation to the death penalty. — Read on http://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2021/02/04/texas-death-row-inmate-could-get-new-trial/4255647001/

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